Florida Wildlife Federation


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Florida Wildlife Federation

Address:PO Box 6870
Tallahassee, FL 32314

Phone:850-656-7113
Fax:850-942-4431
Phone:800-656-3014
Web: www.fwfonline.org
Established: 1937. Description:Private, nonprofit citizens' conservation organization with an interest in preserving, managing, and improving Florida's fish, wildlife, soil, water, and plant life. Through education and political action, promotes conservation, restoration, sound management, and wise and ethical use of Florida's natural resources. Affiliated with National Wildlife Federation. Members: 40,000. Dues: $25/year ($15/year for students; $35/year for families).
Publications: Florida Fish and Wildlife News (monthly); free to members.

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The Florida Wildlife Federation is a statewide, non-profit conservation and education organization composed of thousands of concerned Florida residents from all walks of life who share a common interest in preserving, managing, and improving Florida's wildlife, water, and natural places.
Once specific legislation is introduced, NWF and the Florida Wildlife Federation will educate activists about how to enlist lawmakers' support and how to use the media to publicize the issue.
Throughout most of their history, both NWF and the Florida Wildlife Federation have been deeply involved in Everglades protection.
NWF and the Florida Wildlife Federation, an NWF affiliate, are working together to promote ongoing restoration of the Everglades watershed, as well as focusing on conservation of the Western Everglades.
Two of NWF's affiliates, the Georgia Wildlife Federation and the Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF), have succeeded in getting major conservation issues on the November ballot.
Our vision is one of a healthy western Everglades that never suf- fers the traumas we've seen to the east," says Florida Wildlife Federation President Manley Fuller.
From their office in Naples, Florida, NWF and the Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF) will work to make sure that the comparatively healthy western Everglades--which includes the Big Cypress National Preserve and the Ten Thousand Islands--"never suffers the traumas we've seen to the east," says FWF President Manley Fuller.
The Everglades Coalition 12th Annual Conference, held in Deerfield Beach, Florida, was co-sponsored by NWF's Southeastern Natural Resource Center and the Florida Wildlife Federation, an NWF state affiliate.
At the same time, a phone was ringing in the Atlanta office of attorney David White, who was working on cases involving the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and the Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF).
Florida: "Save Our Everglades" was the rallying cry when NWF and the Florida Wildlife Federation helped convince citizens to pass two of three Everglades initiatives.
The Florida Wildlife Federation (FWF), an NWF affiliate, has played a major role in stopping commercial development around Wakulla Springs near Tallahassee, one of the deepest and largest freshwater springs in the world.

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